… The 2020 census will determine which states will gain or lose House seats based on population changes, and then the states will draw new districts to account for population changes. Recent population data compiled so far this decade suggest that the pattern of the past several decades is likely to continue — several states in the Northeast and Midwest, which are growing at slow rates or even losing population, will lose House seats, while some states in the South and West are likely to add seats. … In many cases, control of the governorship will be a crucial part of the remapping process. CONT.
Geoffrey Skelley & Kyle Kondik, Sabato’s Crystal Ball